According to press reports, the Antigua and Barbuda government is seeking to drop the COVID-19 quarantine protocol.
This comes against the backdrop of a significant decrease in the coronavirus pandemic spread.
The country is said to have achieved some level of herd immunity early this year after more than 60 percent of the population became vaccinated.
At last week’s post-Cabinet press briefing, Information Minister Melford Nicholas said he had engaged the Health Minister on the issue of getting the public health officials to sign off on a more recent travel advisory.
Mr. Nicholas said the Cabinet had taken the view that Antigua could at that stage have dispensed with the whole issue of quarantining at the airport.
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